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Please note that the new Health Plan contact details (as of 1 January 2015) are as follows:

Affinity Health call centre: 0861 00 11 31

Email: info@nbcrflihealth.co.za

You can also send a "please call me" to 084 089 0788 and Affinity Health will call you back.

Registration and particulars to be furnished by employers


As you may be aware clause 45 of Council's Main Collective Agreement provides for the registration of employers with the Council.

Sub-clause 45 (5) provides that every registered employer must notify the Council within 30 days,in writing,of any changes in the particulars furnished by him or her on registration.As an employer you are requested to comply with the provisions of sub-clause 4(45) by notifying Council of any changes within the prescribed 30 day period in respect of your registration information.

Click here for more information .

New Weekly Minimum Wages and Across the Board Increases


Please be advised that the minimum wages in respect of employees for whom minimum wages are prescribed in Schedule 5 of the Main Collective Agreement have been increased from 1 March 2015.

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Improved NBCRFLI Health Plan Benefits under New Service Provider


The National Bargaining Council for the Road Freight and Logistics Industry (NBCRFLI) is pleased to announce the appointment of a new service provider, Affinity Health, for its Wellness Fund Health Plan. This appointment, which came into effect on 1 January 2015, means that all eligible NBCRFLI employee members will receive even better benefits and health services.

Click here for more information on the improved benefits.

Load shedding schedule


Due to a high demand or urgent maintenance being performed at certain power stations, Eskom has announced that it has moved from Stage 1 load shedding to Stage 2 in some areas,which may affect affect our operations across the country.

Click here to view the national load shedding schedule.

Amended Labour Relations Act


Click here for more on the Amended Labour Relations Act,which came into effect on the 1 January 2015.

Tseleng (Issue 1: 2104)


It is with great pleasure that we welcome you to the first edition of Tseleng for 2014. Through Tseleng, we aim to continuously engage members on labour-related issues affecting the truck and logistics industry and the role that the NBCRFLI plays within the industry as a whole. Click here to read Tseleng (Issue 1:2014).





New NBCRFLI National Secretary: Mr Musa Ndlovu

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2014 Annual Report now available for viewing

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